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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Lambs' Lessons from Luke by Carol Movrich Gedde is a collection of eight stories which explains to the reader a verse from the book of Luke. It is first in the series of four books with a delightful theme of a Shepherd and his lambs. The book is in rhyming verse which is written under each illustration. The book also has an underlying message of the Lord's love for all his children. Each page has a illustration with a verse under that which explains the verses.
This is a book that has a good concept and educational theme. Young readers learn in an endearing way with illustrations that are colorful and eye-catching. The full page illustrations are very attractive and the illustrator shares the thoughts of the verse well through the drawings. The illustrations are child-like, resembling the sketches of a child which makes it easier to relate. Hannah, Andrew, and Mathew will steal your hearts with their endearing behavior. Apart from the concept, children are introduced to a spiritual theme in a manner that is easy to comprehend.
The book has a lot of messages for the young reader. Children's books with a concept and educational theme are the best way to introduce something new to children. This book will make a good bedtime story book. It can be used for read-aloud sessions at home, classrooms, and libraries. The book has spiritually uplifting messages that can be encouraging to any reader.